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Paul Lawrie is the 1999 Open Champion. Lawrie started the day ten shots back and a brilliant 66 followed by victory in a four-hole play-off Lawrie his first Major and Scotland’s first Open Champion on home soil since James Braid won at St Andrews in 1910.

Lawrie was a man for the big occasion again in 2012 at The Ryder Cup at Medinah. Lawrie picked up one of the famous 8½ points that Europe won on the final day to overhaul the four-point deficit, win the cup and play his part in the Miracle at Medinah. ‘Chippy’ birdied the 4th, chipping in from off the green, then eagled the fifth to ultimately beat Brandt Snedeker 5&3.
Paul Lawrie joined the Legends Tour in 2019 and won on his debut season at the Scottish Senior Open. He added a second victory at Trevose Golf & Country Club in 2022. His wire-to-wire victory at the Farmfoods European Legends Links Championship came the week after losing out in a playoff to Richard Green at the Jersey Legends.
He also works tirelessly to promote golf in Scotland, especially to youngsters, making sure that everyone can enjoy the game through the Paul Lawrie Golf Centre in his native Aberdeen.

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Major Championships 1
Legends Tour Wins 2
Professional Wins 16
Turned Pro 1986

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